WE take a look around the papers for the latest from Arsenal, Queens Park Rangers, Manchester United, Stoke City, Wolves, Birmingham City, Norwich City and Real Madrid.
DAILY STAR: Roberto Mancini has told his sulking striker Carlos Tevez that he can still have a big future at Manchester City. Also: Neil Warnock faces an FA rap after blasting Michael Oliver for his Loftus Road horror show.
THE SUN: Robin van Persie has warned Arsenal he may not sign a new contract.
Also: Neil Warnock blew his top at referee Michael Oliver over three penalty decisions last night...Alex Ferguson has branded Peter Crouch a serial fouler.
DAILY MIRROR: Wolves are set to finalise a deal to sign former Birmingham striker James McFadden on a free transfer this week, following a successful week-long trial at the club. Neil Warnock accused referee Michael Oliver of wanting to give a penalty against QPR yesterday.
Norwich midfielder Bradley Johnson wants to follow in the footsteps of Peter Crouch and Kevin Phillips by cementing his place in the Premier League after playing non-league football.
DAILY MAIL: Robin van Persie has dealt Arsenal a significant blow by telling them he is not ready to open new contract talks. Arsenal are in negotiations to sign Valencia midfielder Daniel Parejo in January following talks between club representatives and the player’s agent last week. The 22-year-old is a graduate of Real Madrid’s academy and also had a spell at Queens Park Rangers three years ago.
Liverpool have been granted another extension by Liverpool City Council as they continue to explore all options on the future of Anfield. The club were set to announce by the end of this month whether they intend to take up the 999-year lease that would allow them to build a new ground on nearby Stanley Park.
DAILY EXPRESS: Arsenal face an anxious wait to see if Robin van Persie will commit his future to the club after he revealed he is not ready to discuss a new contract.
THE INDEPENDENT: Robin van Persie has said that he has not yet made up his mind whether he will sign a new contract with Arsenal, prompting fears the club will find themselves in the same position with the captain next summer as they were with Samir Nasri and Gael Clichy in the last transfer window.